Face masks solve two problems out on the trail:
Both are important issues that can seriously affect the quality of your ride. If you’re too focused on how uncomfortable you are, you won’t be able to enjoy yourself. Excessive, chronic inhalation of dust can also pose some health concerns. Most face masks are built specifically to address one of these issues, though there are a few that are designed for both.
In our selection, you’ll see a variety of styles and designs. Dirt bike dust masks generally don’t cover a lot of area – just enough to protect your nose and mouth. However, dust masks also include some sort of purpose-built air filtration system. Balaclavas, on the other hand, provide coverage of the entire face (except for the eyes). Some options also are designed to keep the neck warm as well.
We have facemasks in solid colors along with designs like the American flag, paisley, flames, camouflage, skulls and more.
If you’re looking for a dirt bike face mask, you’re in the right place. Take a moment to browse our selection and pick one out that’s right for you.
TYSON in MN
It's thin, which is fine when wearing under a helmet. It definitely helps in cold weather. I enjoy wearing this under my helmet when I go ice fishing. Temps from 0F - 30F. Anytime it's warmer than that, I wear my thick Carhartt clava with goggles; I skip the helmet. My helmet is primarily for comfort/warmth, not safety. I don't go fast or far enough to really worry about accidents.Read All Reviews
Matthew in CA
I bought this same neck tube, only a different brand, last year and somehow I lost it. This is the exact same material only different graphics for 1/4 the price. Material is thin and stretchy, easy to stretch over your head and pull up over you mouth & nose when it's cold. I mostly ride desert so it's a great way to protect my neck from the sun. Just toss in the washer after rides. I'm going to get a few more for backups.Read All Reviews